2008_10_oj.jpgExactly 13 years to the day he was acquitted for the murders of his ex-wife Nicole Brown and her friend Ronald Goldman, OJ Simpson was found guilty of all 12 counts stemming from a robbery in a Las Vegas hotel last year. The 12 counts included kidnapping, armed robbery and assault with a deadly weapon and should land Simpson in prison for somewhere from 15 years to life. While the proceedings in Las Vegas have certainly been under the radar in comparison to The Trial of the Century, no Simpson trial would be complete without a little bit of theatrics. In between readings of the verdicts, the lights in the court mysteriously went out and as Simpson was finally being led away, his sister fainted inside the courtroom. Aside from Simpson, the only familiar holdover from 1995's verdict was Dominick Dunne, the writer who covered the former trial for Vanity Fair, who in failing health recently told the New York Times that this "would be a fitting way to end."